Texas resident, Tye Anders, is seeking justice on behalf of his 90-year-old grandmother, who fell after allegedly being pushed by a police officer while shielding him during his arrest.
Civil rights attorney Justin Moore said the officers pursued Anders because he ran a stop sign and refused to pull over.
Moore claims Anders was advised to go to a safe place first before getting out of the car during the police confrontation. Anders drove to his grandmother’s home. He was cuffed in front of the residence, and charged with felony evasion of arrest.
Anders’ grandmother fell and passed out during the melee, according to Atlanta Black Star. She was treated at a local hospital.
The incident is still under investigation.
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